ASERCOM uses its expertise to reconcile the industrial and technological possibilities and realities with the political objectives within the EU.

  • For more safety

    ASERCOM elaborates safety standards for a secure handling of HVAC/R products.

  • For more energy efficiency

    ASERCOM deals with scientific and technical topics and their challenges within the HVAC/R industry by supporting energy efficiency improvement.

  • For more environmental protection

    ASERCOM issues guidelines and recommendations for better protection of the environment.

  • For more harmonisation and comparability

    ASERCOM aims for global harmonisation of component standards and regulations within the HVAC/R industry.

  • For the people and the industry

    ASERCOM serves the refrigeration and air conditioning industry and its customers.

  • For more progress

    ASERCOM certifications help to achieve the climate targets of the Kyoto Protocol and allow objective component selection.

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Safety Standards and Components for flammable refrigerants
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    22 January 2020

    UK: Spare parts for Capital Cooling Refrigeration’s range of products are now available through Lancashire-based specialist Commercial …

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  • Daikin set to launch R32 mini VRV air conditioner

    22 January 2020

    BELGIUM: Daikin is set to launch its first European VRV air conditioning system running on the lower GWP refrigerant R32 at its VRV Summit in Copenhagen next month.

    An update on its mini-VRV IV S-Series introduced in 2015, the Cooling Post believes that this next generation VRV 5 S-series will be available in Europe from September. …

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  • How to install HVAC wall sensors?

    22 January 2020

    In a series of three blog posts, learn how to avoid the most common pitfalls when installing HVAC sensors focusing on physical measurement errors that are caused by incorrect installation

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  • Green housing boosts Bristol’s carbon drive

    22 January 2020

    The 50 affordable homes in Shaldon Road are being constructed to PassivHaus principles, delivering …   Very low air tightness, coupled with high thermal efficiency, whole house mechanical ventilation, with heat recovery and maximum solar gain for light and heat mean there will be a low demand for heating.


    When it is needed, ground source heat pumps – installed by Kensa Contracting - will provide …

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  • COOLEKTIV Convent entwickelt konkretes Zukunftsszenario

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  • CAUTION when replacing one refrigerant with another

    The temptation is huge to play the role of an apprentice chemist in these times when the availability of refrigerants becomes an issue.

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  • Coolektiv – Shaping change together. The expert committee


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  • ASERCOM General Assembly 2020, 23rd and 24th January 2020, Brussels

    ASERCOM General Assembly 2020:

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